Licensure Board Opportunity
Are you a VETERAN and looking for an opportunity to serve the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania? If yes, there are several opportunities for you to serve as a public member on a licensure board.
VETERANS are specifically being sought after to serve on these boards in order to offer their military perspective and
to help address any military spouse portability concerns within these professions.
Licensure boards meet every other month in Harrisburg; meeting length varies depending on the amount of business before the board – a couple hours/half a work day would be a reasonable estimate. Members receive a per diem of $60. A public member on a licensure board may not currently hold a professional license regulated by another licensure board (i.e. a registered nurse cannot be the public member on the State Board of Accountancy).
Board of Accountancy: regulates licensure and
practice of public accountants and certified public accountants; establishes,
amends, and enforces continuing education requirements and professional conduct
standards. Term is four years. (2 public member vacancies as of 7/18/18).
Board of Barber Examiners: regulates the licensure and
practice of the barbering profession (including barber managers and barber
teachers); inspects, approves, and registers barber shops and schools, and
prescribes sanitary requirements. Term is three years. (2 public member
vacancies as of 7/18/18).
Board of Cosmetology: regulates the practice and
licensure of estheticians, nail technicians, cosmetologists, teachers of
cosmetology, and cosmetology salons and schools; issues apprentice permits; and
prescribes disinfection standards. Term is three years. (2 public member
vacancies as of 7/18/18).
Board of Osteopathic Medicine: regulates the licensure and
registration of doctors of osteopathic medicine and surgery, the certification
of physician assistants and respiratory therapists, certification of athletic
trainers, and registration of acupuncturists. Term is four years. (2 public
member vacancies as of 7/18/18).
Board of Pharmacy: regulates the practice of
pharmacy; governs practice standards, drug storage, security and dispensing
requirements, facility requirements, licensure, internships, and continuing
education. Term is six years. (2 public member vacancies as of 7/18/18).
Board of Veterinary Medicine: regulates the licensure and practice of veterinary medicine; licenses veterinarians, certifies veterinary technicians, approves schools of veterinary medicine and vet tech programs. Term is four years. (2 public member vacancies as of 7/18/18).
If you are a VETERAN and are interested in serving on a board, please email the Governor's Office of Intergovernmental Affairs at email@example.com and the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs at RA-MVDMVALEGISLATIVE@pa.gov to express your interest in serving.